. 139 taus a bone (H.). tau (Kh. and Sh. the same), down, not UD, III, 2; feS; H-/«4 #-»£» ft/?*, under that tree, 230; tau-phd^ bottom lieiTcn3 below rrd above, earth and heaven, III, 1. te (Sh. the same), set up, establish; be established* be; te-fau, was, 111, 3S 6, B, 17. £Aaw (Kh. and Sh. the same), to ask, enquire; thdm-khdm-rd, ask word know, enquired, I, 86. than (Kh. and Sh. the same)} to be oW ; kl thau, how old ?, 221, £Aft& (Kh. and Sh. the game), a male ainmal; a masculine suffix used with irra- tional animals, 138, 140,142,144, H6,14BS150,. 153. th&n, to fill; Bhang-la mdn-'ko thun tang, if he could have filled Ills belly, 1,14 than (Kh and Sh, the same), a jungle, forests III, 5. thun, very, I, 39, tliung (Kh, and Sh. the same), to arrive j ma-thung, came arrived, arrived, I, 84} 47; although the root thuntj means * arrival?, it is never used without ma prefixed. ti% to stand up (H.). tl (Kh. and Northern Sh. the same, Siamese te, Southern Sh, ldk)3 a place, situ- ation, III/8,17; fi-nait place this, now3 I, 33; a prefix used to form (1) the dative case, and (2) the future tense. Examples, (1) tl po Jcaui (will go) to my father, I, 18; tipo-mdn, (went) to (his) father, 1, 22; tl man run* to Mi house, II, 6; Of. 103,108,112, 117,121, 126 ; tt-nai luk-tdm Kashmir> to here from Kashmir, 222; (2) ft . . . khu&, will arise (of. nd)9 I, 17 , cf. 173,195—200, 204. A past subjunctive is formed with ti-koi following the verb, as in fatl-koi, should be} 174, or by adding jau to the future, as in fi-p&jatt) should strike, 201. tim (Sh. the same), to fill, III, 3. tin (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese td-tin)> a foot, 33 ; tin Ma?i, on his foot, I, 28. tU (pronounced tet)9 there, I3 9; II, 7, 9,15. tit (pronounced tet), in tit-ndms to draw water; imperative, tit-ndm-shi, 287. to (Sh. to), now, present time; to~ld&, nevertheless, I, 44. tot in Mng-to, q.v. In fchdn-to, q.y. tra (Kh. tra), a rupee; l-u tra, this rupee, 234; khau frat those rupees, 235; tr&- sMng-tdJcj two rupees, 232. tu (Kh, and Sh. the same), a hody; a generic prefix or suffix used with numerals when animals are counted, as in tu sMng-shau mu, body two-twenty pig, or mil shdng-'Shau £#, pig two-twenty body, twenty-two pigs. t&% in Ma (Kh, to-wd)t but, I, 22, 47; II, 16; 96; also written ^(pronounced td)-M, 96. tu, in tu-an (Kh. td-dn)s a hoy, 129. Cf. Sh. fa pronounced to, a hody; an is a diminutive particle. tut in tu-ng*> a deer, 153—155. fati (Kh. and Sh. the same), to fall; khdm tuk-kd, evening fell, II, 11; bdn-tukt sun fall, evening, II, 7.